On Monday, September 7, 2015, in observance of Labor Day, the DASH Bus and the King Street Trolley will observe the following schedules.
DASH Bus Service Schedule:
- DASH will operate a SUNDAY schedule on Labor Day.
King Street Trolley Service Schedule:
The King Street Trolley operates daily, every 15 minutes, between the King Street Metro to the waterfront on Labor Day.
(Photo by Jason Lawrence, on Flickr)
The next meeting of the Oakville Triangle/Route 1 Corridor Advisory Group will be held on Thursday September 10, 2015, at Charles Houston Recreation Center, 901 Wythe Street, 7:00-9:00pm.
The meeting will include discussion on the Revised Working Draft of the Vision Plan and Design Guidelines. The meeting agenda and relevant materials will be posted on the project website.
Advisory Group meetings are open to the public and members of the community are encouraged to attend and participate in these meetings.
Please visit this link for more information on the study area, information about the planning process, and ongoing updates. For additional information or to get involved, contact Katherine Carraway, 703.746.3855.
This 4 bedroom, 3 bath home is for rent and located at 901 Juniper Place in the Seminary Hill neighborhood of Alexandria, Virginia. Check out the patio!
Via the listing
EXCELLENT LOCATION! RENOVATED HOME! NEWER WINDOWS*HDWD FLRS REFINISHED*BATHS REMODELED*KITCHEN NEWER TOO! OVERSIZED INSULATED GARAGE*CLOSET W/ORGANIZER SYSTEMS*ATTIC STORAGE*BUILT IN BOOKCASES & DESK*PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT* FENCED-IN TREED BACK YARD*LRG DECK & PATIO THRU SLIDING GLASS DOORS IN KIT/ DINING ROOM AREA*LAWNCARE INCLUDED IN RENT**PETS WELCOME*NO SMOKERS PLS*
Contact the Realtor at this link if you’re interested in more information about this property.
Looking for a home for rent or for sale in the Alexandria, Virginia area? Click this link to search our real estate listings.
If you have a home to sell or to rent in the Alexandria, Virginia area, consider putting it in front of the areas FASTEST growing audience. Click this link for details.
The Alexandria Police Department is conducting a death investigation in the Unit block of Bragg Street (see below) located in the Landmark neighborhood of Alexandria, Virginia.
Expect police presence in the area.
As readers know, the City of Alexandria Health Department forced the Carlyle Community Council (CCC) to shut down the John Carlyle Square Park interactive fountain in summer 2012. Since that time, the CCC has been working diligently with the Health Department and the vendors that serve the Carlyle neighborhood of Alexandria community to get the fountain back up and running.
After a LONG and very THOROUGH review of the interactive fountain, the Health Department gave its blessing today to have the fountain run once more. The residents in Carlyle responded this way.
Fall into health!
Join in free fun outdoor fitness classes this fall in John Carlyle Square Park beginning September 9th and continuing through November (weather permitting). Classes will be sponsored and taught by Carlyle area fitness studios including Local Motion, Onelife Fitness, and Pure Barre.
Take this opportunity to try something new or enjoy a favorite workout in the great outdoors! No need to register or bring any equipment – just show up!
September – Local Motion Studio
- Wednesday, September 9th, 6:00pm – Yoga
- Wednesday, September 16th, 6:00pm – Pilates
- Wednesday, September 23rd, 12:30pm – Yoga
- Wednesday, September 30th, 12:30pm – Pilates
For questions regarding these classes, contact Sara Lavan, 917-331-2176, www.ccpdance.org.
October – Onelife Fitness
- Dates and classes will be announced
October/November – Pure Barre
- Dates and classes will be announced
Classes are open and FREE of charge to all and are appropriate for any fitness level.
Questions? Contact Katherine Carraway, 703.746.3855 or visit this link.
In case you are wondering why your Metrorail train is traveling a little slow this afternoon, Metro has implemented speed restrictions on curves throughout the system. That means trains are slowing to 35 mph to 40 mph as they approach a curve. This is part of an “aggressive campaign” by Metro to inspect curved sections of track following the Aug. 6 derailment.